Spam Wallpaper: Transforming Waste Communications

Spam Wallpaper: Transforming Waste Communications

An Italian design studio finds use for thousands of spam mail.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 18 february 2011

Spam mail is almost always a source of annoyance for the typical Internet user, but a new wallpaper concept makes use of this waste to create an interesting design scheme.

Spamghetto, designed by Italy-based design studio ToDo, makes use of spam mail messages of varying lengths and sources to form different patterns on the wall. The wallpaper is made from non-woven fleece and cellulose, making it fire-resistant. From the creators:

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